The answer to the joke that asks, "What happened to the peanut who went walking late at night?" is that the peanut was assaulted. This answer serves as a pun due to its homophonic resemblance to "a salted."Know More
There are several variations to this joke, including "Two peanuts were walking down the street; one was assaulted."
The joke also makes an appearance in the "Whither Canada" episode of "Monty Python's Flying Circus," in a sketch in which the British Army developed a joke that apparently has the power to cause those who hear it to laugh themselves to death. The Germans attempt to turn this peanut joke into a similarly powerful counterweapon but are unable to translate it effectively.Learn more about Jokes
The answer to the joke "What is a message printed on a lion with chickenpox?" is, "Sign on the dotted lion." This joke is a modification of the lion-chicken pox joke that goes, "What do you call a lion with chickenpox?" The answer is a dotted lion.Full Answer >
The question is a set-up to a joke from the Chappelle's Show skit "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories." It is posed to Charlie Murphy by Dave Chappelle while playing the character Rick James. The punch line to the joke is "Slap" and is said while Rick James slaps Charlie Murphy.Full Answer >
A funny tip of the day is a joke, tip or story that is humorous in nature and received once a day. These usually come as an email sent to users everyday, a calendar with one on each page or a website listing a new tip each day.Full Answer >
Although humor is very subjective, a study by psychology Professor Richard Wisemen found a joke about two hunters to be the funniest in the world. To determine the world's funniest joke, Professor Wiseman set up a website where users could submit jokes and rate which one they found to be the funniest. His research sought to discover how humor varied across different demographics, gender, countries and culture.Full Answer >